The Pain of Being a Doctor: Dr. D. Terrence Foster

Don’t let pain control you, control the pain.

“Not doing anything doesn’t make it go away.”

Dr. D. Terrence Foster is a board-certified physician with over 25 years of experience. He is an author and best-selling author of three books, including “The Opioid Epidemic Consumer Guide” and “The Foster Opioid Classification Guide.” He is also the author of “The Stress Book: Manage Stress and Enjoy Your Life,” a comprehensive book about stress management.

This is Dr. D. Terrence Foster’s story…

Dr. D. Terrence Foster is a pain management specialist who has seen the effects of the opioid epidemic firsthand. He is motivated to help people find better ways to cope with pain and stress. He encourages people to seek medical help if they are in pain, instead of trying to push through it. He also warns against the dangers of using duct tape as a fix for everything.

In this episode, you will learn the following:
1. How pain can impact different generations 2. The importance of seeking medical attention when in pain 3. The difference between pain management and pain relief


Chapter Summaries:
[00:00:00] – Dr. Terrence Foster is the guest on the Seek Easy podcast. He believes the episode is going to shift some things for some people because they have a mentality that tries to push through the pain to get something done.

[00:01:41] – Today’s topic is pain management. The author has been practicing for more than 25 years and is board certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation and pain medicine. He has written three books about pain and stress management. His most recent book is called the Stress book manage Stress and Enjoy your Life. Some people fail to seek medical help because they are afraid of the consequences. Not doing anything doesn’t make the problem go away. People should take intentional action and find ways to improve their quality of life rather than wait for the results of the medical tests.

[00:10:54] – When he went into management and dealers reboot, he looked for a job that he could enjoy and provide meaningful and beneficial help to patients or people in need of medical care. He’s an interventional pain doctor. He doesn’t just prescribe medication, but he also does interventional procedures and electrodiagnostic studies.

[00:14:13] – What has been your most memorable experience so far? I’ve been fortunate in a lot of ways to have good outcomes in what I do, and I give thanks for being to the great medical school of other ads and practices that have been educational. Continuing education has helped keep me a more compassionate doctor. I love to see the progress of a patient, and I love seeing the impact of it. I’m not afraid to reach out to my colleagues and ask them what the best option for a patient I may not be able to treat. As a physician, I have a greater sense of what is more acceptable and what is not compared to someone who doesn’t have a medical foundation. We all have to take that step to learn more, read more, and do more research. A lot of people don’t read as much as they should.

[00:21:59] – Doctor Deterrence has written stress-busting books. His latest book has won over 20 literary awards. Doctor Deterrence encourages The #SpeakEasy Podcast listeners to get a copy of his books and implement what they learn in them.

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